Fro-yo is one of those classic healthy food imposters. It sits comfortably under that virtuous “yogurt” label, but it can actually be hiding scary amounts of sugar and weird additives, with very little actual yogurt. Next time a fro-yo craving strikes, skip the self-serve joint and whip up your own using real food. These 7 easy recipes show it can be done with 5 ingredients or less, minimal sugar, and maximum flavor.
Greek yogurt enhances the tartness of the blueberries, while a dollop of honey brings out their sweetness. It’s the perfect combo for an addictive summer refresher.
Just a few tablespoons of condensed milk helps take the classic peanut butter and banana combination from smoothie to ice cream consistency in this rich (but still healthy) fro-yo variation.
Even your favorite Indian restaurant’s got nothing on this lassi-inspired fro-yo, where honey and full-fat yogurt help whip mango into an incredible, all-natural scoop (don’t worry, you can even make it without the ice cream maker)!
A dusting of chocolate powder and a splash of almond milk turn two cups of Greek yogurt into a velvety—and healthy—treat. You do need an ice cream maker for this one, but it’s well worth it if the end result is chocolate for breakfast.
That hot pink color can only be the work of beets! The added step of roasting the veggie here is worth the effort, as it brings out their natural sweetness.
It may be a simple flavor, but there’s nothing boring about this no-churn vanilla fro-yo. Pudding mix, condensed milk, yogurt, and milk create an incredibly rich texture that’s still light enough to be your daily dessert.
With just four main ingredients, this frozen version of peaches and cream couldn’t be easier. Four tablespoons of agave or honey make it just sweet enough without being cloying.